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This listing is a compilation of both questions asked in-site and questions related to accessibility themes gathered from different sources (stackoverflow, UX Stack Exchange).
I have been manually including ARIA attributes in my component templates when I came across the angular-aria module: https:
I'm working on fixing some accessibility issues on a web page.
I am trying to implement aria live function on a angular page. please find below a sample code which I am implementing.
I have in my page "play/Stop Button Element". The button is changed to "play" or "stop" when it's pressed.
I'm new to aria and this one partially works. I can tab to the field but can't see the individual items in the dropdown. Any suggestions appreciated.
I'm trying to grasp how to code with screen readers in mind, and I'm having a number of issues. The first example is a single HTML element that I tried to display:
We are working to make one of our responsive sites more accessible, but are struggling to get our heads around ARIA as it seems to go against the core principle of separating design elements from t
I am trying to get VoiceOver to say something other than the specified text content in an HTML span element:
Suppose I set a custom validity message for a field using setCustomValidity() to describe why a form field is not valid. Would this content be available to users using assistive technology?
I am working on making an overlay modal more accessible. It works essentially like this JSFiddle.
I have some forms that use submit butttons like this:<input type="button" onclick="validateAndSubmit()">
<input type="button" onclick="validateAndSubmit()">
I have a component which presents an x/y axis plane and a nub that users can move around within the plane.
Building a nice accessible web page is hard. Currently, Im trying to make a tooltip web accessible and I need help. Do you guys have any piece of advice for it?
I am needing to add custom aria-labels to each of the menu (and sub-menu) items in my WordPress website. It is running a custom theme.
I have code for autocomplete that is based on jQuery autocomplete. I want to change the code so that it conforms to the accessibility rules.
Basically, I'm trying to clone an element and change its aria-label within React.cloneElement.
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